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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 April 1903

kennewick The California of the Northwest You are going west, and the ques iion i», "Where to stop." Let ub give ,011 a low reasons why Kennewick, Washington, under the new Irrigation system of the Northern Pacific lrrl .ation Company affords the best op portunities tor a family seeking a new Home or a capitalist seeking an in vestment. FIRST. —Kennewlck lies in the cen ter ot a district comprising 14,000 acrcß of land, now being put under the most modern and complete system of irrigation that is possible by the com bination of experience and capital. SECOND. —Itß location gives It un surpassed markets for its products, be- Ing midway between Spokane and Se ttle on the line of the Northern Pa dflc Railway. THIRD. —Kennewick lands are far cheaper than any similar lands can Do uought, for the reason that tho Irri gation Company la closely allied with the Northern Pacific Hallway, and has Hid In View the upbuilding of a pros perous community on its line, and has therefore given the pub...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 24 April 1903

FLOUR MILL MERGER OFF. Pacific Coast Plants Will Not Con solidate. Portland. Ore., April 21—The pro moters of the plan to consolidate the more important Pacific coast flouring mills, forming one of the largest of the coast industrial corporations, have abandoned the project for the present. W anything further is done with the deal it will not be undertaken for at least 10 months and the scheme may be laid aside for good. The condition of the money market, especially In New York, is given as the reason for abandoning the flour mill deal. The moneyed men of New York are not able at present to tak3 up a new and outside scheme and have only turned down the project for that reason. Had it been presented to them six months earlier it is believed the scheme would have been successful. The promoters declared they would desire the privilege of renewing the options at some later date, possibly about the first of next year. But there is no agreement whereby this privilege is to be extended and...

Publication Title: Columbia Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 May 1903

COLUMBIA pU COURIER [vol. "• KO - 6 - t .its fOO. Residence Lots $100. einess win *- lover's Villa Tracts Adjoins City of Kennewick. The Choicest Residence and Gardening section of the Valley. Price Cleared, Plowed, Planted and Including perpetual water right — T og per Acre. i INSTALLMENT TERMS TO BUILDERS . . . SNAPS IN FARM AND CITY PROPERTY. fine tract of 100 acres, close to city, cleared and plowed and ready for farming. $75 per acre. Will divide in any size desired. . Very easy terms. Kennewick Land Co. Section Good Horse Heaven Land, $3.50 Per Acre. ROBERT GERRY FRONT STREET. as just received an elegant line of Spring Dry Goods Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, hich are offered at astonishingly low prices. ur stock of SHOES is the most complete ever seen in this city. We will save you money. WHEN VOU COME TO TOWN Don't Forget TO CALL AT THE STORE OF 'J oUJaSBETTSMB Johnson AND- Fullerton and look over a large new stock of Straw, Canvas and Crash I —HATS —| Summer hats to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 May 1903

REAL HOMESPUN ES, Nellie. It lias come to this. Y7 broad and butter is a scarce com modify In -our bouse. Here we are, three'of us. and with reasonably (rood appetites. Ilerbie is too small to earn anything, and you are at present too frail to do much, my plaques and band-painted pincushions don't sell, no one wants n»y worsted work. I'm not educated up to any of the profes | ■lons, and ran make no practical use of my piano playing. I am loathe to fifell it. dear, but we are sadly in need of daily bread. What can we do?" And Eleanor Wray went to the low couch where her luvalid sister lay, and tenderly smoothed the brown hair, then bent to kiss the quivering lips. "Is It so bad as that. Eleanor? I knew papa did not leave us much mon ey, but had no Idea " "That we were so poor. We have this little house and the grouuds. and have no debts, and have many com forts In the house. 1 have thought earefully over It ail and mean to lak eside fancy work, plaque pa luting, and the so-called gen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 May 1903

DEI OF Ml M. SCOTT BUILDER of the famous bat tleship OREGON. He Was for Many Years Manager of Union Iron Works in San Francisco Great Inventor of Mining Machin ery—Builder of Cruiser Olympia and Other Great Warships. San Francisco, April 30. The Bul letin says: "Irving M. Scott, who for many years was vice president and general manager of the Union Iron Works, is dead at his home in this city. He has been in poor health for some time and a few days ago he was stricken with alarming symptoms. Mr. Scott has long been a sufferer from kidney trou b,eß-" , , Irving Murray Scott was of Quaker. parentage and came from Baltimor?. He was born on December 25, 1837. He, was educated at the Milton military academy and the Baltimore mechanics' institute. He entered the factory of Obey Hussey, manufacturers of reap ers. He there became an expert draughtsman. He came to California and was a draughtsman, superintendent and later a partner in the Union Iron works. He designed the machinery on the Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 May 1903

B ARBE D WI R K IJLOl J LO WS and HARROWS KENNEWICK HAHinVAKE COMPANY k" ' ALSO A CAR Celebrated OLIVER chilled ' HARROWS We arc well stocked with Reliable Brands of Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Shelf and Heavy Hardware . . . Estimates Furnished on Tin & Plumbing Work . . . Furniture Department ■Our Furniture Dept. is COMPLETE^ and we are prepared to furnish these Goods at the lowest possible prices Courier j C. O. ANDERSON, Editor i'ublislled Every I'Ylcluy at Ki'iino-1 wick, Washington TKIiMS QF SITHSCKI PTION ! (Xne Year, in Advance • - $1.6« j Wx Months .... -•} Three Months .... -,(> i Advertising I lutes Made Known Upon j Application Thr Columbia Couri-rk I* entered as second class matter at tin* postolNeo in Krnnrwick, Wash. A Remarkable Discovery- Quite a ripple of excitement was caused at Kennewick this week over the discovery of an old Indian burying ground at the lower end of the Kennewick valley. The discovery was made by Dan O' Malley, a well digger. Furthe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 May 1903

hiENNEWICKLES \ the various strawberry paicnes that have l>ee» set out tliis spring , ire growing rapidly. Frosts have not touched the fruit j„ these parts. A fine crop of peaches, apricots and other frnits is expected. j jr. Hubbell arrived from New York city Tuesday and will remain in these parts during the summer. C. B. McConnell went to North Yakima Saturday to spend a few days with his family. C. F. Breithaupt returned Wed-* nesday from a business trip to out lying points. Coffin Bros, have completed their building and and are filling up the additional room with new goods. The Exchange Bank building has received a new coat of paint this week. \V. D. Owen went to Yakima Sunday returning Tuesday even ing. \V. S. Helm has put up a nice ornamental fence around his house, and lot and also added a screenan porch to his residence. For Sale—Three white Wyan dotte cockrels $1.00 each. Barred Plymouth Rock eggs $1.00 for 13. —E. P. Greene. C. V. Dyment, staff correspond ent of the Spo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 May 1903

W. 8. HELM, f- JEWELER I OPTICIAN Eyes fitted with glasses after the most approved methods. Clock and Watch Repairing; Clocks, Watches and Jewelry for Sale. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. KENNEWICK LAND CO. BUILDING, Yakima Street, Kennewick. Local... Time Card KENNEWICK West Bound. East Bound. Mo. 1* 11 :45 am I No. 2* 5:05 a m No. 3* 3:45 am | No. 4 5:35i»m No. 5 7:32 a m I No. 6 2:28 a m L. Frt 8:30 am [ L. Frt 0:15 I'M Trains marked * do not stop. A. H. BROWN, Agt., Kennewick. A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A. Portland. *3 NYE'S l> BARBER SHOP, Hair Cut, Shaving, Shampooing. Agent for Ritzville Steam Laundry. KENNEWICk, WASH. Oregon Nursery « Company. The largest and most complete t Nursery In the weßt. Nurseries—Salem, Oregon, and North Yakima, Washington. Write to F. K. SPALDING, Bunnyside, Wash. For Catalogue. 49 Dentistry in Kcnnewick. DR. WILBUR N. PINTLBR. an ex perienced graduate dentist, will here after make monthly visits to this placc. ...Dressmaking 1 am prepared to do fashionable...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 May 1903

IKES OF 1 MUST # NOW RETARDS ACTIVE WORK IN SOME PLACES. Items of Interest of ■ Miscellaneous Nature Gathered During the Paat Week—New Districts Brought to Front— Many Mining Aceldente an d Personala. It Is reported that the smelting .rust and the United Metals Belling eomyany have combined to corner the silver bullion market in London, where large short Interest eilsts. These companies are not selling much, hut ■re hoarding silver, taking advatnage «( the sharp demanu from varlouß countries. The same operation wis formerly applied to copper when it around 12 cents. The Indepen dents were persuaded to sell ahead at low price, then the Rockefeller clique grabbed all the floating sup ply, creating a temporary scarcity. BRITISH COLUMBIA. Definite instructions have been re ceived by cable from London for the opening np of work In Camp Mans field, at the head of the south fork of Kaslo creek. Since the dominion minister of fi nance has definitely stated that there will he no change In th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 1 May 1903

"Black Pearl" Dead. 9L Paul, April 28.—Harris Martia, colored, who as the "Black Pearl'* achieved some fame in the prise ring a number of years ago, is dead. The "Black Pearl" in his palmy days met and defeated many middleweight pugilists, and Is said to hare once fought Fitasimmons at San Francisco. Other fighters hare slnco assumed bis nom de guerre, one of whom was re ported to have been lynched in Okla homa a few weeks ago. But Harris Martin was the original "Black Pearl.' BOW'S TMIBV VeeflirOD* Bandied Dollars Reward for am mm ef Cattarrh that can not be cued by HaUl ■atktrh Cure. r. J. CHENKY A Co., Props., Toledo, o. We the ontersignad. hare k nowa P. J. Cheney atfc* put 16 rears, and beliaTa him perfectly iotsdis In ul business transactions and An eftclally abla la carry oulany obligations mad* Wholesale UruKglsts, Toledo, Waldipjo Rinnan 4k MAS TIM, Wholesale Druggisis, Toledo. O. i Hal's Catarrh Care is taken internally,actlne flbeftly on the blood and mueous surfaces of S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 May 1903

COLUMBIA COURIER 'Vol. ,ii NO. 7. l.otK $200. Kesitlenoe Lots »lUt>. Hover's Villa Tracts Adjoins City of Kennewick. The Choicest Residence and Gardening section of the Valley. Price Cleared, Plowed, Planted and Including perpetual water right $125 per Acre. INSTALLMENT TERMS TO BUILDERS . . . . . . SNAPS IN FARM AND CITY PROPERTY A flue tract of 100 acres, clone to city, cleared ami plowed and ready for farming. $75 per acre. Will divide in any size desired. Very easy terms. Kennewick Land Co. Section Good Horse Heaven Land, $3.50 Per Acre. ROBERT fiERRY FRONT STREET. Has just received an elegant line of Spring Dry Goods Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, which are offered at astonishingly low prices. Our stock of SHOES is the most complete ever seen in this city. We will save you money. WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN Sf[ I Don't Forget 1 S THE STORE OF | Johnson | | Fullerton | 5 and look over a largo new stock of 3^ 3 Straw, Canvas and Crash •£ j | —HATS —| j gjj Summer hats to suit ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 May 1903

IIS OF TIE MIK! •NOW RETARDS ACTIVE WORK IN 60ME PLACES. Items of Interest of a Miscellaneous Nature Gathered During the Past Week—Nf.w Districts Brought to the Fron<;—Many Mining Accidents and Pergonals. The geological survey, in a prelim inary statement issued recently, esti mated the total production of lead in •he United States in 1902 at 268,00U Mhort tons against 270,700 tons in 1901. The lead cpiitents of ores smelted by the works in the various states fol low: Colorado, 51,83:1 short tons; Idaho, 84,742; Utah, 53,914; Montana, 4438; New Mexico, 741; Nevada, 12C9; Ari zona, 599; California, 183; Washing ton, 1457; Oregon, Alaska, South Da kota, Texas, Kentucky, 2214; Kansas, Illinois, Wisconsin, 79,044. Total, 280,- 426. The difference between this and the estimated production represents the toreign ores smelted in this country. The total production of refined lead by •«.he desilverizers follows: Total iefincd lead. 298,010 short tons; foreign base bullion, 95,459; for eig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 May 1903

JHI RUSSIA II) in LATEST ADVICES , FROM THE ORIENT POiKIT TO CONFLICT. Both Sides Are Rapidly Preparing for yy ar state of Siege Declared—Mass Meetings Being Held - Japanese Generals Mobolizing Troops—Said to Be Ready. Victoria, B. C., May 6.-Advlces were received by the steamer Olympia, which arrived from Yokohama, that Chinese are hurrying from New Chwang in alarm as a result of the dis patching of Japanese and British war ships in consequence ol the nonevacu tion of N ' ew Chwang by the Kus ,ians. Kusideuts of the Chinese pol l are hurrying their valuables to Tien tsin Chel'oo and Shanghai, fearing war' The whole trend ol' the news re ceived by the Olympia to the lath Instant is of warlike preparations, rus.'i movements of warships, etc. Japan and Russia are seemingly both getting ready for hostilities in the event of the Manchurian imbroglio resulting in war. State of Siege. Dispatches are printed uy Japanese papers to the effect that a state of siege has been declared oy the Ru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 May 1903

BARBED WIRE PLOWS and HARROWS KENNEWICK HA R DWARE COM PAN Y We are well stocked with Reliable Brands of Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Shelf and Heavy Hardware . . . Estimates Furnished on Tin & Plumbing Work . . . Furniture Department Our' Furniture Dept. is COMPLETIL-*l and we are prepared to furnish these Goods at the lowest possible prices Bhr Columbia ttoitrirr C. O. ANDERSON. Editor Published Every Friday at Kenne wick, Washington TERMS OF SUBSCfIi I'TION One Year, in Advance - - $1.50 Hix Months .... .75 Three Months .... ,",o Advertising Kates Made Known Upon Application 1 Thk Columbia Courier Is entered as second class matter at tiie postoltice in Kknnewick, Wash. That Omnipresent Reformer- A woman reformer the oilier day wrote President Roosevelt a hot letter protesting against the ungodly manner in which the Sabbath is observed in Wash ington, and sharply reproviug the president for indulging in worldly pastimes on that day. In reply the president has writ ten to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 May 1903

- -—1 I kenneayickles 5 i........— 1 l'. i; h ;*jt to Xorth Vaki tlli!on'bi,si!K jestcrday. r ; it v nl to North Yovi nia l.vst wvvk returning Friday. C. Iv Rig£B is building a kitcli-, en on to his residence. J. P. Strickler was over frpm W'aitsburg Friday. D. S. Bell has commenced work on his land in Horse Heaven. S. H. Anion went to Spokane Saturday, Johnson & Fullerton have put in a new display counter in their store. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Stormint at Pasco one day last week. Good posts for 9 cents each at the Riverview ranch. —H. A. Ho ver. The St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Yard has received two carloads of cedar fluming lumber. A. Spence is busily engaged in improving his ten acre tract in sec tioii seven. I)r. W. N. Pintler, the Lincl den tist, will be here 011 May 16th to 19th inclusive. Office with Dr. Pallister, Third Street. J. 11. Bell and two sons arrived from the Palouse country and start ed to work 011 their Horse Heaven lands. Cosgrove & Hanson s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 May 1903

W. 3. HELM, f- JEWELER I OPTICIAN Eyes fitted with glasses after the most approved methods. Clock and Watch Repairing; Clocks, Watches and Jewelry for Sale. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. KENNEWICK LAND CO. BUILDING, Yakima 9treet, Kennewick. Local... Time Card KENNEWICK Wnt Bound. Hast Hound. No. 1* 11:45 am I No. 2* 5:05 am No. 3* 3:45 am | No. 4 5:35 pm No. 6 7:32 a m I No. 0 2:2H a m L. Frt 8:30 am | 1.. Frt 0:151» m Trains marked ♦ do not stop. A. H. BROWN. Agt., Kennewick. A. D. CHARLTON, A. (J. P. A. Portland. << NYE'S >> BARBER SHOP, Hair Cut, Shaving, Shampooing. Agent for Ritzville Steam Laundry. KENNEWICk, WASH. Oregon Nursery Company. The largest and most complete Nursery in the west. Nurseries—Salem, Oregon, and North Yakima, Washington. Write to F. K. SPALDING, Sunnyside, Wash. For Catalogue. 49 Dentistry in Kennewick. DR. WILBUR N. PINTLER, an ex perienced graduate dentist, will here after make monthly visits to this placc. ♦♦♦ Dressmaking I am prepared to do fashio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 May 1903

in the lumber woods ARE THE 1 RUE ESSENCE OF LIBERTY is pleasure and independence in ibe winter life In the lumber I woods that is more than recompense for its many disagreeable <-on- I ditions," said one who lias had personal experience in that life. "The 1 wholesome exercise, the pure, brisk, spicy air, the very isolation of the woods, where, for weeks none in the camp sees anything of the out side world or even hoars from it, conduce to good appetite and good diges tion, hence to health and cheerfulness and content, so that even the tyro in the camp can Join with a Rood heart In this lusty song of the woodsmen, with which generations of their robust forbears were wont to begin their labor or round out the evenings in the tlrelit cabin: 'The ninsic of our burnished ax Shall make the woods resound And many a lofty, ancient piue Shall tumble to the jrrone.u. At night, around our good oampfire, We'll sing while rude winds blow; Oh, we'll range the wild woods over Ah a-sllimbering ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 8 May 1903

Trad* Rsport. R. O. Dun & Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade last week says: At the leading cities high tempera-. ture has stimulated the distribution of seasonable merchandise, but dry goods Jobbers and commission houses report only a fair trade. Trading among ail lines is active, except some hesitancy at textile mills. In iron and steel, foot wear, furniture, harness and clothing, there is little idle machinery. Struc tural work is vigorously prosecuted and supplies of building material are not allowed to accumulate. Mercantile payments are fairly prompt, yet there Is less disposition to anticipate pay ments for a cash discount than oc curred last year. Exceptionally favor able conditions exist in the footwear industry. Failures were 203, and in Canada 13. Weather conditions and labor dis turbances actual or threatened, have been temporarily unsettling in the trade and industrial situation thl3 week, but great basic elements, such as general business and crop condi tions, remain lar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 May 1903

COLUMBIA gfrfasjjl, COURIER VOL. II- :NO - 8 - "Gold Top" Bottled Beer satisfaction goes with every swallow. It is the materials. k 'lt's our experience and care in the brewing and bot tling. "Gold Top" bottled beer is the popular beverage of the Inland Empire. Bottled at the brewery by the Spokane Brewing and Malting Co., sold at the " The Merchan" HAWKINS & WILKIE, Proprs. Second street. Kennewick. A splendid line of Spring and Summer Millinery Including velvots, silks, satins, veilings, ribbons, trimmings Spring Hats and Bonnets of the latest styles. Call and examine the stock, get prices. Mrs. Ross R. Haynes. ; ROBERT OERRY FRONT STREET. Has just received an elegant line of Spring Dry Goods Ladies' and Cents' Furnishing Goods, which are offered at astonishingly low prices. Our stock of SHOES is the most complete ever sgen in this city. We will save you money. o^KENNEWICK. e* WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN I Don't Forget f 3J TO CALL AT "jS 5 THE STORE OF 3^ I Johnson | § AND |E I Ful...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia courier. — 15 May 1903

HI II CALIFORNIA SPENT A QUIET SUNDAY AT HOTEL DEL MONTE. One of the Most Beautiful Spots in the State—He Took a Thorough Rest, Preparatory to the Busy Coming Week —Horseback Ride After Break fast—Attended Episcopal Services. Hotel Del Monte, Cal., May 11. President lioosevelt spent one ot the most restful buudays lie lias encoun tered since his trip began, in one of the most beautiful spois in this siati, two miles from the nearest city, un hampered by curious crowds, he had a ctiance to thoroughly rest and pre pare l'or the coming week, which prom ises to be onw of the busiest on his journey. Colonel Ward and a detach ment of the Fifteenth infantry, who are stationed at Fort Monterey, headed by the regimental band, arrived at his car. After the president had greeted the colonel and his staff, he was driven to the hotel, where he and his par.y had breakfast. At the conclusion of that meal the president and a small party rode horseback over the famous" 17 mile drive along the sea, w...

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